The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1939 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 22, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 22, 1939
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1939 ELECTION OF OFFICERS IS HELD BY SHRINE I hll 12th Annual Banquet Is Held at Y Roy C. Helfenstein Speaks on Present Tension of Europe The twelfth annual banquet ol the nationwide observance for business girls svas held at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday evening with the Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the Congregational-church, speaking on "The Background of the Present European Tension." The guests were seated at six tables decorated in blue and white and at each place was a small piece of imported candy fastened to a name card, emphasizing the world wide theme of the banquet. Blue tapers in small potted plants were on each table. Musical Numbers Miss Margie Rouse presided during the evening. Group singing was led by Miss Norma Hetland and accompanied by Mrs. Louise Loney. Following grace, which was led by Miss Helen Lucille Gay, a trio composed of Miss Olga Moen, Miss Jane Cobb and Miss Lois Meyer sang "Lo, Here is Fellowship." Dr. Helfenstein, who gave the address, has not only made five visits abroad but also resided in Europe for a year. "Any person who has visited long in foreign countries and who has read the accounts in the foreign papers of what is happening in America realizes more than ever that press reports often need to be read with mental question marks," he said. No Contact Here "Most Europeans who have never been to America and who have not had contact with American life through relatives who live here, think of our country about as we think of South America-primitive, and backward in everything except in making machinery, building skyscrapers, producing SPRING SALE OF WALLPAPER We Save You Money 5 SOUTH f ED O lUfl CO. rmxl I Roosevelt-Jackson Parent Education Group at Meeting Roosevelt-Jackson Parent Education group met at Roosevelt school Tuesday evening and during the business session, Mrs. Walter Needham, Mrs. Fred Stockberger and Mrs. Lee Frost were named to the nominating committee. Mrs. J. C. Johnson reported on the joint Parent-Education group meeting held at Monroe school. The lesson on "Sex Education in the Home" was led by Mrs. Virgil Carr. Mrs. H. W. Janssen had charge of entertainment and refreshments were served by Mrs. H. E. Wood, Mrs. H. R. Flatness, Mrs. Mable Bartholomew and Mrs. Glen Stubbs. gangsters, and permitting 'lynching parties.' "Money is scarce in Europe, more scarce than people in America can imagine. In Europe since the war, living conditions have increased twice as fast as wages. National Ambitions "National ambitions are bound fp create tension in the international relations especially when those ambitions are selfish and anti-social. Racial antipathies, political animosities, and social inequalities create constant tension in Europe. We in this country cannot understand the economic problems, the social incongruities and the political asperities that obtain in European countries. "Many think that war in Europe is inevitable within the next two years. These anxious days find many individuals and many nations too willing to sacrifice their ideals for deals. · Ulan of Galilee "The Man of Galilee stands before the nations of Europe and of the world today calling 'I am the way to the world of peace, follow me.' He is the only hope for our disillusioned world. He is the only way to peace. God forbid that the world shall longer miss the way!" Miss Mary Chuick who is a member of the council and treasurer of the league gave a short talk. She extended the best wishes of the league to Miss Rouse on her approaching marriage and thanked rer for her work as president of the league. Miss Rouse read several congratulatory telegrams from the Y. W. C.. A. of surrounding towns. The evening closed with a Bohemian folk song, "Goodnight" sung by the trio. ROTHMOOR COATS -- in a glorious spring style raid Rothmoor have raided spring's color box for sparkling new shades-- have raided Paris and Hollywood for new styles -- and raided the finest looms for new quality fabrics. On top of it all they've piled on their painstaking needling and great value. Now we're ready for your "raid" -- you'll love it. Other Rothmoor coats $25 to 555 Dfl morvs SECOND FLOOR Two Piece Shirtmaker Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day Style No. 2528 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 years 30. 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40-inches bust. Send 15 cents for this pattern. Spring fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Hook and Needle club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. Nichol, 112 Sixth street northwest. iVoodmen Circle Beryl Grove No. 135-7:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall, 'efferson Parent Education group 7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Clay Tandy, speaker. THURSDAY ians Souci club-1 o'clock, Mrs. T. J. Bracken, 819 Madison avenue northwest. Hanford Ladies aid-2 o'clock, Mrs. Robert Pedelty. it. Dorothy's circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Louis Skopec, 625 Massachusetts avenue southeast. Vesley Ladies aid-12 o'clock, Mrs. Woyman Closson, 1402 Delaware avenue southeast. Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Leone McGhee's Tearoom, Mrs. W. A. West Jail, hostess. · · Triple T club-1 o'clock, Park Inn, Mrs. W. M. Huffman, hostess. ACTS FAST TO BRING RELIEF FROM COLDS This Simple Way Eases Pain with Amazing Speed 1- To ease pain and discomfort and reduce fcrcr take 2 Uaycr Tablets -- drinka glass of water. 2. Tf throat Is raw from cold, crash and dissolve 3 R i f e Tablets in J£ glass o water . . . sarglc. Use Genuine BAYER Aspirin-the Moment Your Cold Starts The simple way pictured above often brings amazingly fast rcliel from discomfort and sore Ihroal accompanying colds. Try it. Then -- see your doctor He probably will tell you to con tinue ·with Bayer Aspirin because i acts so fast to relieve discomfort; of a cold- And to reduce fever. This simple way, backed b; scientific authority, has largely sup planted the use of strong medicines in casing cold symptoms. Pcrhap the easiest, most effective way ye discovered. But make sure you EC genuine BAYER Aspirin. 15 FOR 12 TABLETS 2 FULL DOZEN 2Sc lary and iWartha circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Delbert Trailer, 237 Nineteenth street southeast. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. N. Nelson, 925 North Federal avenue, Mrs. Frank Schaffer, hostess. Trinity Forest Park circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. O. Storvick, 1027 Second street southwest. Baptist D. O. A.-7:45 o'clock, Marie Moore and Olive Wheeler, 925 Madison avenue northwest. Athenian club-Mrs. J. D. Stoner, 419 Second street northwest. Mrs. Gerald West, current events/ Mrs. H. G. Weber, lesson. ImmamicI Dorcas aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mmes. B. E. Sctterbcrg, Ben Murray, hostesses. 'hristian Workers Broun 50-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sara Crawford, 312 ^enth street northeast. i. I. A. to Bl of L. E.-- . 2:30 o'clock, Moose hall, social. Energetic class-Congregational church. Monroe-Washington Parent Education sroup-- 7:30 o'clock, school, membership contest party. Oweso club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. C. Schmidt, 817 Adams avenue northwest, 'mmanuel Luther league-8 o'clock, church, Ellen Newburg, Melford Newburg, Anna Marie and John Nelson. Jincoln P. T. A.-Canceled. ·Yemen's Labor bureau-8 o'clock, Labor hall. K. N. A.-- SVclock, Moose hall. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MRS. REZABECK Mrs. George Rezabeck was honored at a birthday party held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Leach, 644 Eleventh street northeast. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served. A gift was presented to Mrs. Rezabeck. New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not rot dresses -- docs not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1. to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure white, grcasclcss,stain- less vanishing cream. 5. Acrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering, for being Harmless to Fabrics. TEN M I L L I O N jars of Arrid h»v« been sold. Try ajartodayl A R R I D 39(f * J" "1 ·* "lore* whkh Pell toilrl good* { "l*o in lOcanrt 59- j»r) Fussy Food No Favorite in Classes Get Meal Appeal at Globe-Gazette Cooking School "My husband doesn't like fussy dishes!" ' Most men are like that. And i£ ou think the Globe-Gazette cook- ng school, "Foods of the Hour," von't interest you because the man of the house turns "thumbs lown" on elaborate, complicated oods, you've made a wrong guess. Miss Ann Kingsley, who conducts he schools, knows what men ike. Good roast beef, medium, are or well done, according to his reference, but tender and juicy hroughout--what man doesn't go or that! A steak, broiled to a urn, crisply brovyn, puffy, sizzling lot---that's what he likes. Chops, hick, tender, just right--nothing ussy about them, he declares, jut, oh, what a disappointment vhen they come to the table dry nd overcooked. If the man of your house has astes like that, you'd better be in .hand to get a front seat at he cooking school. For the information Miss Kingsley will give ·ou is going to be a big help to ·ou in your particular cooking roblems. Miss Kingsley is a nember of the staff of the National jive Stock and Meat Board, and he is an expert meat cook. If our meat dishes haven't come up o your expectations, she can tell fou what you've been doing in be wrong way. Need No Failures Her demonstrations show you ow to do the thing the right vay. If you follow her directions, mu need never fear a failure with 'our roast again. She shows ho\v a roast should e put in a pan, on a rack, with- ut water, without a cover--and low to place it so that you won't iced to baste it. Long, slow roast- ng at low, even oven temperature s required, she tells you. (Maybe there's where you have made your Tustake!) To prove her methods, Miss Kingsley roasts various cuts of meat, standing ribs of beef, pork oin, leg of lamb, shoulder of veal .mong them. Her demonstration if broiling a steak is something o follow. In fact, the men them- elves might like to try their hand it this, when they invade the kitchen. Other dishes aimed to win masculine approval are country fried ;teak, stuffed spareribs, braised ;hort ribs and corned beef and cabbage. There are neV dishes, too, vhich are as satisfying as the old avorites. There's- a southern corn ^hortcake which is delicious. The ;hortcake is made with the biscuit mixture. Miss Kingsley prepares, ind corn is added to it. Creamed nam is poured over the shortcake. A French pork pie is another novel dish, which isn't fussy. This Sounds Good'. What man doesn't like pie? Well, pies are among the highlights of "Foods of the Hour." There's a Dixie pecan pie so good hat words can't do it justice. Whatever kind of pie is preferred n your home will be better than ever if you follow Miss Kingsley's methods in flaky pie crust making. Miss Kingsley had the men in mind, too, when she included doughnuts on her program. Firms co-operating with the lobe-Gazette in sponsoring the cooking school are American- rystal Sugar company, Blanchard's Jewelry, Clorox Chemical company, (Clorox), Currie-Van ss company, D. K. Lundberg ind company, Damon's Shoe department, Engler Drug company, Fruit Dispatch company, (banan- ns), Iowa Slate Brand Creameries, inc., Iowa Tea company, J. C. ?uth company, John Gallagher, Inc., Kemble's Greenhouse, Kenyon's Cheese Store, Klipto Loose Leaf company, La Choy Food Products, Inc., (La Choy Chinese Food Products), Lever Brothers company (Rinso)', Lyons Cleaners, Caunderers and Furriers, Masor City Coca-Cola Bottling company, Mier Wolf and Sons, National Biscuit company (Shredded Wheat, Ritz and Premium Crackers) Northwest Savings Bank, People's Gas and Electric company, Pfaff Baking company, Pillsbury Flour Mills company (Pillsbury Best Flour), Ralph S. Shepherd, S. S Kresge company (25c to $1 store), the Climalene company (CHma- lene), the Merkel company, Vance Music company and Western Grocer company. --o-Mr. and Mrs. Cline Observe Anniversary at Home in Goodell GOODELL--Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Min ton Cline Monday to help them celebrate their fiftieth weddin. anniversary at a dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Cline moved from Hardin county to Hancock counts in 1852. They retired to Goode 20 years ago. Four children wer born to this union, a daughter wh died in infancy, William of Min nesota, Lloyd and Roy twins Lloyd lives in the southern par of the state and Roy lives on on of his parents' farms, west Goodell. Neighbors and friends called a the Cline home during the after Puppet Play to Be Presented 3 Days as Part of Event Judging of the exhibits entered n the girls hobby show at the Y. C. A. was in process Wednes- ay, following the registration of xhibits on Tuesday afternoon. The show will be opened to the ublic Thursday, Friday and Sat- rday according to Mrs. C. R. (lesser who is general chairman. Special features will be a pup- et show of "Red Hidinghood" vhich will be presented Thursay afternoon, just after school nd Friday and Saturday after- oons at 1:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The show was made by hildren in a puppet play class vhich meets at the library. Children taking part include Miriam Evans as Red Ridinghood, hirley Whitney, the wolf, J a n e )avis, the woodcutter, and Betty "Barnes, the rabbit. The children re all from Central school and 1 ther Central pupils will partici- ate in the performance. On Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock there will be the piano recital vhich is part of the music divis- on. Girls who have entered in- lude five pianists, two flutists nd one saxophone player. Judges vill be Mrs. Harlan MacMillan, »Irs. Roger. Kirk and Mrs. Roy 3 eyton. Mrs. Lee Long will pre- ide. A swimming exhibit is planned or Saturday afternoon when the ups will be awarded to the win- ers. FOREIGN~FOOD S POSSIBLE IN OWA KITCHENS Foreign cookery is a fascina- ng field and the library has some ascinating books under this divis- on of the cooking'art. All the ooks in this self education series re planned for the general reader, ut in this field of foreign cook- ry, what would be hard for peo- le with one inheritance would be asy for another; so the staff has ust done its best with foreign ookery. One book by the famous culin- ry Browns who have literally aten their way around the world might be good for a start. They lave lived and cooked in Spain, ''·'ranee, Germany Hungary, Rusia, China and Japan, and they iave discovered the secret of ex- ellent food which does not lie in elaborate or expensive dishes but n making the most of your market and your budget. They tell how to make inexpensive materials into delicious dishes with all kinds of personal touches to lend glamor conventional meals. Many of he recipes are their own personal levices and have never been in * cook book before. This book by Cora, Rose and Bob Brown is : a lied "Most for Your Money :ook Book." Other foreign cook hooks at the ibrary are: "Swedish Smorgas- ord" by Akerstrom-Soderstrom, 'Tyrolese Cook Book" by Bethel, European Cook Book for American Homes" by Brown, "Olla Podrida, Piquant Spanish Dishes" by Jurt, "Chinese Cook Book" by -nan, "Simple Italian; Cookery" iy Isola, "Colette's Best Recipes, Book of French Cookery" by Jacques, "European and American uisine" by Lemcke, "Easy French Cookery" by Marie, "Recipes of All Nations" by Morphy, "French lome Cookery" by Pratz, "First roods of America" by McNeil, eing Mexican cookery. MRS. C. R. 1MESSER Photo by Lock 600 Pieces of Creative Art Viewed Miss Ethel Roberts Hangs Examples of Her Pupils' Work Six hundred pieces of creative rt done by grades one to eight nclusive, under the direction of liss Ethel Roberts, supervisor of rt for the Mason City grades, are ow on display in the children's oom "of the public library. This exhibit is open to the pub: from March 21 to April 1. Hours will be the same as those overning the children's library, xcept Friday evening, March 24, vhen the rooms will be open until 8 o'clock. Since the great objective of resent day education is the de- elopment of originality and in- ividuality in expression of ideas, ill art work is planned with these :ims in view. The exhibit includes various types of art, although reative illustrations will be featured. In the exhibit are designs done n spatter, ink, chalk, crayon, 3lack and white cards of block printing and tempera craft, easel painting, murals done in colored chalk as well as others in crayon on cloth, fingerpainting and "clay modeling. Besides the display from Malon City's schools, there will be an exhibit of art from the schools of Newton, downstairs in the clubroom of the library. This was ent as a return courtesy to the Vlason City grade schools whose vork was exhibited in Newton ast fall. ·MRS. R. K. PIERCE HOSTESS TO GROUP Mrs. R. R. Pierce entertained he Police Auxiliary at her home, 1423 Virginia avenue northeast, Tuesday evening. During the business session, plans were made for a dinner for the auxiliary mem- )ers and families to be held March 30 at the P. G. and E. auditorium- After the business session, Chinese checkers were played with prizes going to.Mrs. Hay Follett, Mrs William Bruns and Mrs. Leo Allstot. AMES COUPLE GETS LICENSE TO WED CLARION--A marriage license was issued in Wright county to Arthur C. Nelson, 28, and Doris Short Flager, 20, both of Ames. Boomhower Hardware 1 1 3 North Federal Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. C. M. "VVhipple of Chicago spent the- past five days visiting relatives and friends in "Vlason City and Clear Lake. * * * Miss Dorothy Ransom, 234 Sixth street northwest, Mrs. W. J. Barbour, 933 Van Buren avenue northwest, Mrs. Joel Hanes, 925 Delaware avenue northwest, and Mrs. Otto Williamson, 9 Ninth street northeast, have been attend- .ng the D. A. R. state convention in Des Moines which was concluded Wednesday. SCANDINAVIAN THEME AT MEETING OF CLUB Smorgasbord was served at the meeting of the T. A. E. club at the home of Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, 930 Jefferson avenue northeast. Mrs David Olson in Scandinavian costume poured. Mrs. Olson also showed dolls from her collection The program included a review o T Found No Peace" by Mrs. H H. Jennings. Installing Ceremonies on April 18 Mrs. George Barrett New High Priestess Chosen at Meeting Mrs. George C. Barrett was elected worthy high priestess of Alchor Shrine No. 6, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, at a meeting of the Shrine held Tuesday night in the Masonic temple. Dr. H. W. Knutson was re-elected watchman of shepherds. Mrs. S. M. Decker was adr vanced from the office of chaplain :o noble prophetess and Melvin Shepard of North wood was reelected associate watchman of shepherds. Plan Installation Other officers elected were Mmes. Roy A. Washburn, worthy scribe; Elinor Gage, worthy treasurer; Archie.T. Woods, chaplain; Alf Nelson, worthy shepherdess and A. W. Paxton, worthy guide. Plans were made for an open Installation on April 18, when the elective and appointive officers named by Mrs. Barrett will be in- Called by Mrs. M. A, Harpster, iupreme deputy. Supreme Session It was voted to extend an. invitation to the White Shrines of Iowa to picnic at Clear Lake this summer. The Iowa club will meet at the supreme session to be held .n Cincinnati, Ohio, in May. Mrs. Barrett and Dr. Knutson will represent the local shrine at the supreme session. One hundred twenty-five at:ended the 6:30 dinner in charge oj Mrs. Oscar Larson and committee. Guests were present from Charles City, Des Moines, Rudd, Manly, Clear Lake and Northwood. --o-Joy Lenning Bride of Arlo Carson at Church in Thompson THOMPSON--Miss Joy. Lenning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lenning of Thompson, and Arlo Carson, son of Dr. and Mrs. George Carson of Albert Lea, were married March 19 at the Bethany Lutheran church by the Rev. Peder Nordslettin of Walin- ford. The wedding march was played by Miss Rose Carson, an aunt of: the bridegroom. "I . Love Yoir Truly" was sung by Mrs.' Aage Jensen and a duet, "Ave Maria" by Mrs. Alvin Payne and Mrs. Jim Halvorson. The best man was Thomas Jacobs on of Roland, usher, Ebbon Kobbervig of Lake Mills, the maid of honor, Miss Merna Lenning, sister of the bride and the bridesmaid, Miss Ardythe Vallin of Austin, Minn. · The reception was held at the city hall and the wedding dinner was served to 45 immediate friends and relatives. The bride is a graduate of the Thompson high school and has been employed at the soil conservation office the past year. The bridegroom is a graduate o£ the Albert Lea high school and attended Waldorf college at Forest City. They will live on a farm southeast of Thompson. JOHNSON-COLIN ALGONA--The Rev. J. M. Mailinger, of the St. Cecilia's Catholic church performed the marriage at the rectory, March 19. for K. Cavour Johnson of Lafayette and Zoe B. Colin of St. Peter, Minn, Walter Aman and Alicia Schluten- hoffer, both of Algona, were their attendants. .TONES-JAGERSON Lloyd Jones of Rockford and Alice Jagerson of Mason City were married Tuesday at the Free Methodist parsonage by the Rev. L. H. Cartwright, pastor. They were attended by Agnes Nugent of Mason City and Gerhard DeBuhr of Rockford. There's Quiet Elegance, a Lady-like Look to These Coats and Suits By Silver-Marc $ 29 95 _ Better Dressmaker suits and swagger fitted coats will win you many admiring glances in the Easter Parade, and all through spring! Perfect for your dressier occasions--so becoming end easy to wear. Black, navy and colors. Sizes 12 to 20. See yourself in them tomorrow. 'SEE YOU TOMORROW"

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page